PSU football team of foreign students returns in triumph from Voronezh

10.04.2017 16:54 (Опубликовано)

The VIII Mini-Football Tournament organized by the Embassy of Turkmenistan was held on April 8, 2017. The competition was attended by players from Penza, Saransk, Maikop, Nizhny Novgorod, as well as four teams from Voronezh.

In the finals Penza team “Vatan” beat Voronezh team “Lesteh” with the score 2:0 and won the tournament. Voronezh team “Lesteh” took the 2nd place, the 3rd place was given to the team from Nizhny Novgorod.

At the closing ceremony the winners were awarded with medals and winner cups, while all the teams received certificates of participation and presents. Moreover our team won the nominations “The best goalkeeper” and “The best fullback”. Murad Ovezberdyievich Begniyazov, the First Secretary of the Embassy of Turkmenistan, presented the awards to the winners.

“In this tournament winners are all around as the main goal of such events is to derive pleasure and find new friends from different cities. The key is that the competition is a success,” summarized Maskat Bekienich Redzhepov, Chairman of the Voronezh branch of the Humanitarian Association of Turkmens of the World.

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